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lifetime we'll see a cure. >> reporter: the annual bash raised more than $1 million for the charity. carol burnett is getting a big honor from her alma mater. hollywood high school's performing arts center announced it's naming an annual award after the 79-year-old funny woman. she will be the first recipient. other famous alumni of the high school include judy garland, mickey rooney, cher and lawrence fishburg. rock legend rod stewart signed copies of his new memoir at a manhattan bookstore. the book takes an upbeat look back at the raspy voice singer's career and includes tidbits like he almost left one of his biggest hit maggie may off his album. that's your eye on entertainment, cbs news, hollywood. >>> good morning. thank you for watching 9news now at 5:00 a.m. i'm andrea roane. >> i'm mike hydeck. i wonder if he talks about all his lives in that book. >> he said he didn't have that money. 50 women total. >> and he gets all of his wives back for holidays. they celebrate. >> he didn't -- [ multiple voices ] >> wow this took a dramatic turn turn. no jacket required today. >> exactly. an
linked to a national tennessee clinic and that's where 70-year-old carol whitten was a patient. >> i was miserable. it wasn't my back and my leg. it was just sharp pains. my head was just hurt. >> the medication made by a pharmacy in massachusetts has since been recalled. >>> with three weeks left until election day and the next presidential debate scheduled for tuesday, the candidates continue to chip away in battleground states. president obama is in virginia while mitt romney is courting votes in ohio. ken molestina reports on the latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: the romney ticket hit the groundhard in ohio. v.p. candidate paul ryan spent the day chumming it up with supporters at a tailgate. while mitt romney led another rally in what is being described as a must-win state. >> i'm counting on you. let's make it happen. >> reporter: governor romney went before scores of his supporters and criticized president obama saying he wasn't cracking down on unfair trade practices by china negatively affecting the american job market. >> i want to make sure when people cheat, whe
building upright now over 50,000 customers without power. you look at the county, 5000, carol county 1300 but frederick county maryland that i'm hearing from a lot of you, 26,000 customers without power and they have a few in montgomery about 2600 and we're going to take one quick look and reporting they are -- their totals -- and now we're not seeing a total right there but one last look at bge and you're going to realize this is where we see the big numbers approaching 200,000 and in our area northern virginia hit hard. that's daminon and pepco lower. >> thank you. >> we were hearing from a spokesperson they have gotten socked and are waiting for heavy winds to die down so they can get to work. >> talk about somebody whose been buffeted by heavy winds all night. ryan dean, ryan? >> you know, it is starting to die down. looks windy here but compared to what it was a few hours ago, we're seeing a lull in the wind and a lull in the rain and i can tell you about 81 people actually went to a shelter at the local high school to seek shelter and then we took a drive up to north beach abo
. this is brian rosenberg from caroll county, maryland. he is headed into work. he's a contractor, works for a place that's under development. you actually came back from vacation a day early. tell us where you were and why you came back early. >> we were out in arkansas, little rock arkansas on a trout fishing trip with the company, jlb partners. we came back early to make sure the job site is okay, our families are okay. afraid of missing a flight. >> reporter: why are you working today? so many people have the day off? >> it's the job site. you've got to do what you've got to do. >> reporter: you're only working half a day. >> work half a day. take care of any issues we have on the job site and head out. >> reporter: not too many problems coming here on the roadways that you noticed? >> just everybody was taking it slow. not a lot of traffic. took me about an hour and a half to get here this morning. >> reporter: from the baltimore, caroll county area. good luck to you. have a safe drive back home. get your family safe. we're going to be here. we did notice they do have ice at the sun
and carol. you get toward shady grove road north there in rockville, you're hitting it. sterling seeing heavier showers. then it breaks up. still a couple of heavier showers around manassas and south and west. we'll be in and out of this stuff especially for the morning hours. beverly farmer, rain is mosque in. >>> -- rain is moving in. >>> not good for traffic. metrorail, a track problem woodley park impacts the commute for read line travel -- red line travelers. they're single tracks trains so that will cost extra time for riders. 66 eastbound already lined up with a crash near marshal along the left side getting into manassas and centreville. then the next lineup near fair lakes and fair oaks to get past this incident eastbound at nutley street. for a time there were two lanes blocked with two separate incidents. now you're squeezing by the incident in the left lane. three lanes getting by but jammed up there. delays across the occoquan coming out of woodbridge. heavy traffic into newington and springfield and past landmark and shirlington. at least no obstacles. maryland drivers 270
's wife, actress carol channing. and former new york city mayor rudolph giuliani. but more on that later. do you like representing big name celebrities? >> no because they're difficult reporter: you do represent them. is is it because they represent big fees? >> yeah. i mean that's the american system. >> reporter: a system in which he grew up borderline poor in brooklyn. the son of jewish immigrants. his father, a vet turned not very successful lawyer, barely spoke to his mother. in 1934, his older brother jerome caught polio at camp. in a new memoir felder describes his brother helpless in an iron lung. the way he was treated as a child when he got polio while at the camp >> barbaric in those days. they talked about amputating his legs >> reporter: for any good reason? >> (crying) can we cut? ♪ this magic moment >> reporter: as a teenager, jerome felder renamed himself doc pomis and became famous writing hit songs >> teenager love, this magic moment. his songs are still being played all over the world >> reporter: doc, unable to walk, wrote this. >> you can dance and carry on until t
and reduce our violence. >> crowley: okay, thank you so much. i want to ask carol goldberg to stand up because she gets to a question that both these men have been passionate about. it's for governor romney. >> the outsourcing of american jobs overseas has taken a toll on you are a economy. what plans do you have to put back and keep jobs here in the united states? >> boy, great question and important question because you're absolutely right. and the place where we've seen manufacturing go has been china. china's now the largest manufacturer in the world. used to be the united states of america. a lot of good people have lost jobs. a half a million manufacturing jobs have been lost in the last four years. that's total over the last four years. one of the reasons for that is people think it's more attractive in some cases to go offshore than to stay here. we have made it less attractive for enterprises to stay here than to go offshore from time to time. what i will do as president is make sure it's more attractive to come to america again. this is the way we're going to create jobs in t
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